The Jalopy Journal
Doc Dawson is the driver.
What I am saying is that the champ car that the Stahl's had was the Hopkins car, not a Ward. Their sprint car chassis looked like a Ward. I seen...
The one in the basement is the one I was referring to. I believe Stahl Brothers had that car then it went to Clarence Jordan in Cincinnati. It was...
I believe the champ car that the Stahl Brothers had, was the old Lindsay Hopkins car.
Does anyone know the whereabouts of the widow of Curt Lehmann, who died in October, 1957. She re-married and the last we know she was living in...
Was that the Competition Engineering car?
The info we have is that Gordon, had just turned 36. That's too bad if Barbara received no insurance money.
Looking for pictures of Billy Tennill from Shelbyville, Kentucky.
I think the Gapco car was purchased by Curly Boyd then Erwin Burris.
Not the #51 car in the above picture. That is a recreation.
Jim Nise, I believe you are right.
I believe that #51 was built by Watson for Micky Rupp not too many years ago.
I think the order in which the car went through hands is, 1 Homeyer, 2 Mutt, 3 Rupp, 4 Back to Mutt, 5 Walther, 6 Gary Griffith then cut up and...
R.I.P. Mutt. He's probably already exchanging racing stories with Saylor, Nazaruk, Crockett, McCluskey and a whole bunch of others.
Yeh, but Indy had, well forget it I can't pronounce their names anyway.
Nascar had a bunch of empty seats also.
Isn't that the Kuzma car the Troy Ruttman Sr. drove at Indy in 1962 and the car that Troy Ruttman Jr., was killed in at Pocono.
Tom York mostly drove for Warren Null in the roadster. Other drivers in that car were Bobby Marvin and Zeke Ingland.
Troy Jr.,was in a Kuzma lay down car, not a Watson and it does look like the car. It was the Jim Robbins car that Troy Sr. had driven. The car...
It even has the USAC stamp on the asphalt tires from the last time it ran with Bob East driving it at Winchester.
I have an original, nothing has been changed. There are some left.
The Dunseth car was basically a new car built with the spare Cheesman frame.
Yes the car restored as the Cheesman car is actually the Dunseth car that Larson was killed in. I believe it was built with the spare Cheesman frame.
I believe that was the Dunseth car that Larson was killed in. It was built with the spare Cheesman frame. I believe the original cheesman car was...
The think about Bowmans win in the Beck car was that he was using the 220 offy, against the bigger offys and the bigger chevy powered cars in the...
I don't believe the #19 to be Bowman as he didn't drive for Gutzweiler till after his win at Eldora in May of 62.
The nulls cars were special built cars from the Null stable in Columbus, Ohio.
Also JMG12, didn't Martin Cosat who got badly burnt at the Little 500, drive for Roger Coke?
Old Bill, I don't know who built that car but what I...
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